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EVA BC Newsletter, Fall 2015

Feature – Contributions from keynote speakers from the Together! BC Collaborates to Stop Sexual and Domestic Violence conference held in Vancouver, December 2015.  Works from Elizabeth Donegan, Lori Haskell, Deepa Mattoo, Georgia Nemetz, and Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond. Download file (pdf)

New BC Missing Women Network, EVA Notes

The second edition of EVA Notes provides information about the BC Missing Women Network launched in October 2015 by Ending Violence Association of BC in partnership with the RCMP “E” Division’s Missing Persons Centre and Surrey Women’s Centre. Download EVA … Continue reading

EVA E-News July 2015

The July 2015 edition of EVA E-News featured an update on the Western Canada Sexual Assault Initiative, a welcome to EVA BC’s new Manager of Training and Policy – Christina Entrekin Coad, volunteer efforts by the International Brotherhood of Electrical … Continue reading

What Is New With ICAT? EVA Notes

EVA BC is proud to introduce the first edition of  EVA Notes: A recurring series of notes on gender-based violence.  EVA Notes will be a series of two-page briefing notes intended to inform and direct anti-violence workers on timely and complex issues. … Continue reading

EVA BC Newsletter, Spring 2015

Feature – Working to Create Safety: An Update on EVA BC’s Indigenous Communities Safety Project Download file (pdf)

EVA E-News March 2015

The March 2015 edition of EVA E-News featured funding announcements made by Status of Women Canada at a media conference held at EVA BC offices in Vancouver, thanks to Cloverdale Pharmacy for their fundraising efforts on behalf of EVA BC, … Continue reading

EVA BC Newsletter, Fall 2014

Feature – ATF 2014: Increasing Safety for Women Experiencing Sexual and Domestic Violence Download file (pdf)

EVA E-News July 2014

The July 2014 edition of EVA E-News featured EVA BC staff accepting the City of Vancouver’s Healthy City for All Award of Excellence in the Organization category, the Declaration on Stopping the Violence Against Aboriginal Women and Girls that took … Continue reading